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Black and Maguire win MPA Class A Giant Slalom

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Black and Maguire win MPA Class A Slalom

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Fundraiser for Roy Varney

Roy Varney, a 2019 graduate of Leavitt Area High School, passed away unexpectingly in early July.  The essence of Roy was laughter, being a shoulder for aDW5D2524 1 friend to lean on, lifting everyone up, figuratively and literally, and bringing energy into any room he entered. Roy lived life to the fullest. He accomplished so much in the short amount of time that he was with us. From winning the state championship for cross country skiing, competing in the National Biathlon Championships, traveling, graduating from high school and being accepted into college. 

Roy was enrolled at UNH for the fall and was on his way to train at the National Biathlon center in Jericho, VT. Skiing was Roy's true passion and he trained year-round to always be the best he could be. Roy's senior quote best reflects how he lived his life and trained, "If you aint first, you're last". 

The Maine Outdoor Wellness Center at Nezinscot's North Farm was a dream of Roy's, a place where he could continue to train for nordic skiing and biathlon year round, all while continuing to help out on the farm. 

The Center seeks to preserve the memory of Roy Varney by providing opportunities to access the outdoors for all Turner and surrounding residents of central Maine and New England. The Center plans to provide an extensive cross country trail system on its 300+ acre farm that can be utilized year round for hiking, skiing, biking, and running. Additional space for events and additional activities will be added as development progresses.


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